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Pathological Gambling (Psychological Disorders)

Título: Pathological Gambling (Psychological Disorders)
Autor: Christine A. Adamec,‎ M. Foster Olive,‎ Pat Levitt
Data: 2010

Pathological gambling, also known as compulsive gambling, is a psychological disorder characterized by the inability to resist impulses to gamble, leading to severe personal or social consequences. In people who develop compulsive gambling, occasional gambling can lead to a gambling habit. Pathological Gambling examines all aspects of this disorder, including its causes, symptoms, treatment and therapy, and current research into the disorder.

Chapters include:

  • Gambling and Its History in the United States
  • Who Are Pathological Gamblers?
  • Causes of Pathological Gambling
  • Related Psychiatric and Health Issues
  • Related Social and Legal Problems
  • Treatment.

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